Motoring - Getting the Maximum from your New Mini Book

Motoring - Getting the Maximum from your New Mini

Expert Advice for Buying and Driving your New MINI Cooper!

Motoring - Getting the Maxium from your new MiniMotoring is written for the new MINI Cooper owner who has just discovered how much fun driving can be in this great little car and now wants more.

Written by two specialists in racing and car preparation, this book answers all the questions of any new MINI owner: What activities are out there? What parts should be upgraded when, and why? What driving techniques should be used to drive the MINI at its maximum?

Sections are written for every level of interest, knowledge and experience, from street driving, through occasional track events, to full-bore competition. From this book you'll learn about the activities that MINI owners can take part in, including club touring, advanced driving classes, club track days, autocrossing, and track racing.

In each section, you'll understand what aspects of the car to upgrade and why, what parts to buy and in what order, and how to drive your MINI better on the road, the autocross course, and the track. Along the way, color photographs and clear diagrams highlight the text.

Gary Anderson and Don Racine have been racing and writing about racing for many years. From their experience, they put everything you need to know about your new MINI at your fingertips.

Motoring: Getting the Maximum from Your New MINI
By Gary Anderson and Don Racine
Published by Enthusiast Publications LLC, 2005
ISBN 0-9765780-0-X; First Printing, February 2005
6x9 inches, softbound, 240 pages, over 100 color illustrations

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